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Indigenious Honey, 530g

Rs. 520.00
  • We conserve honey bees in scientifically designed wooden boxes called honey beehives. These boxes (beehives) are designed as like honey bees natural habitat.
  • Honeybees collect nectar from flowers and produce honey. Honey obtained from honey bees, which is highly nutritious and laden with numerous medicinal properties. It contains all naturally occurring antioxidants, pollen, enzymes, vitamins, and natural minerals. We guarantee that no value is taken out and cane sugar, corn sugar or anything ever added in our raw honey.
  • We ensure that process followed by our team is in compliance with good beekeeping practices (GBP) by national bee board(NBB). Our team is experienced and well trained in process of extraction of raw honey. The latest method and techniques are used to perform the extraction process of raw honey from the comb, so honey bees does not hurt and we also get the best raw honey.
  • We also pride ourselves by keeping healthy honey bees. Our honey is appreciated by our clients for its quality. The location of an apiary (production site) is also miles away from the industrial area where our honeybees can forage on multiple floral sources; Indigenous Honey is 100% pure, NMR tested, organic certified and natural honey. It's a raw, unfiltered, unprocessed and unpasteurized honey which is natural immunity booster as per ayurveda.
  • Package Content: 1 Raw organic honey; Quantity: 530 Gm; Ingredient Type: Vegetarian; Shelf Life: 547 Days

Some Precautions before Using Honey

 

  • Honey should never be heated nor added to hot things. Also, do not drink hot water after eating honey.
  • Honey should not be consumed when you are working in a hot environment.
  • Honey should never be mixed with rainwater, spicy foods, and fermented beverages like whiskey, rum, and brandy.
  • Do not eat honey in excess.
  • Store honey in glass or china containers only. Never store in metallic containers.
  • Avoid giving honey to infants under 12 months to avoid the risk of botulism (A type of bacterial food poisoning).
  • Allergic reactions to honey have also been reported in individuals allergic to pollen.
  • Honey sometimes contains dormant endospores of the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, which can be dangerous to infants, as the endospores can transform into toxin-producing bacteria in the infant's immature intestinal tract, leading to illness.